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that technology. we'll go from new york to detroit. the motor city officially going through bankruptcy. a judge yesterday gave detroit the green light to file for chapter nine bankruptcy protection ruling it is unable to pay $18 billion in debt. there is a march 1st deadline for the reorganization plan to be filed. the emergency manager is expected to have a fresh draft next month. >>> outgoing mayor dave bing says it's a chance to put the city on a new course. >> we're going to have to fight. our fight has to be together. if we have a future as far as our children and grandchildren are concerned, we have to fix the problem now. we can't continue to kick that can down the road and not make tough decisions. >> those tough decisions include the city's pensions. the judge ruled billions of dollars in pensions could be cut even though michigan's constitution prohibits cuts to pensions. the state's largest employee union already filed an appeal. the ruling could have implications across entire country for retirees already struggling to make ends meet. >> we have the american dream that if you work l
is with the department for better technology, a presidential innovation fellow. he's been the person i have been following most closely in analyzing the website. so, clay, looking at the website today, hearing the administration's updates yesterday, what's your sense of how far things have come and what does it tell us about how bad things were? >> well, it's a great deal of relief to me that the website seems to be up and operational. i tried it out earlier. i'm on the individual market as a small business owner, and so, i have to shop for my own health insurance, so i got a bit through it today. i'm just glad that the preposterous debate that the affordable care act should be judged by healthcare.gov -- i mean, healthcare.gov's problems was an acquisition and procurement problem, not a health care problem. it's not like when we had butterfly ballot problems in florida, we decided to revert to monarchy. and we shouldn't, you know, sort of judge a health care policy based on, you know, what a website does. but for the ma part, i'm happy with where things are right now. >> here's what's interesti
] located. ge deep-sea fuel technology. a 50,000-pound, ingeniously wired machine that optimizes raw data to help safely discover and maximize resources in extreme conditions. our current situation seems rather extreme. why can't we maximize our... ready. ♪ brilliant. let's get out of here. warp speed. ♪ >>> and in pretenders tonight, breaking news out of bismarck, north dakota. ron burgundy, the legend continues, as the anchor man stopped by kx news in north dakota. >> good evening, i'm amber shots. >> and i'm ron burgundy. >> you look lovely tonight. >> thanks, you too. >> are you married? >> no. >> well, i am. so don't get any ideas. no love lost between the rivalry between the -- >> it's not too often you can call a sheriff's deputy a dummy. and get away with it. answer even though i have. >> there is also movember for mustaches. >> i'm fond of those. >> yes. >> how long did it take you to grow that bad boy? >> this, about 20 minutes. >> impressive. >> you guys did a great job tonight. that was a good warm-up. >> if ron burgundy thinks there is any real news in bismarck, he can ke
to technology that could potentially i guess be harmful not to security but not allow us to have the private we want. i think that's going to be a whole other debate and this is just the beginning of that. >> i mean, when you heard jeff bezos say there's no reason that we can't use these, there is a reason. it's illegal not to rain on parade but it's currently illegal to do what amazon wants to do and tells a great deal but not only amazon and not to single them out. but a lot of corporations that look around at the world that binds most of us and the laws we have to follow as a private citizen, you get in a lot of trouble if you break the law. 60 minutes and charlie rose took it as a great new beginning that the faa will approve this kind of dhifrry -- >> do you think amazon won't be able to get the faa to make this -- >> that's not my point. not whether or not as a corporation they get out from under the current rules, which do bar this for a lot of good reasons, one of which is when you go into the sky like this, we don't necessarily want robotic unmanned delivery because of the risk. now th
25 years set to expire. there's new technology complicating the debate on capitol hill, a group called wiki weapons developed a program that lets you develop guns with a 3d printer in your own home. these rb tested. the atf found the first one they printed exploded but the second gun fired eight rounds of live ammo. these printed guns are invisible to metal detectors and that's what makes them illegal. so the '88 undetectable firearms act forbids any firearm that doesn't set off an x-ray machine or metal detector. gun owners can insert a metal part into any plastic gun to make it legal. but the idea of 3d printing has touched off a new controversy over the old ban. the house could simply extend the old ban for another ten years but some gun control advocates say that doesn't go far enough anymore. chuck schumer calls the house bill "better than nothing but not good enough. we absolutely must close the loophole that allows anyone to legally make a gun that could be rendered invisible to law enforcement." joining us today from capitol hill, covering today's expected vote, a couple
technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 70% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> the district attorney in rochester, new york, followed the advice she was given on this program last night by a former upstate new york federal prosecutor. >> now to a developing story here in the city of rochester. unfair and out of line, that's what three teenerize calling their recent arrest. >> arrested in rochester, new york, last week, while committing the crime of waiting while black. >> their families athey have never been in trouble before and they shouldn't be in trouble now. >> they are members of the edison tech high school basketball team who were waiting for their school bus to take them to a scrimmage basketball game on wednesday morning. at 8:43 a.m., they were arrested and charged with disorderly condu
's important that we have someone whose job it is to focus specifically on the technology on the website. on doing what we need to do to get the and this will be the full time job. >> she there now and i don't have a departure date for him. we will make it for someone else. >> i want to get your reaction calling 2013 a lot of year for president obama. what say you? >> the president takes a long view of things as you know. i listen to your lead in and things that we didn't get background checks for guns passed and immigration reform. both of those are true, but we made a lot of progress. we would like to get both of those passed as soon as possible. in the end whether that happens in 2013 or 2014 would be better for everyone involved if it happens sooner rather than later. let's get it done and we made a lot of progress on the issues and continue to push it as long as it takes through the rest of the presidency. we are not looking at progress on perhaps the same calendar. >> fair enough. i'm going to leave it there. the communications director for the white house, thanks for coming out to
are that america. >> you know, technology plays such a role in this. when you think about the rodney king case, the reason we knew about it was the then relatively new technology of home video. the reason this got national attention, these cases you know happen all over the country, no national attention. odd raw mcdonald tweeted about this story yesterday. that's how i found out about it, following her tweet. from twitter, it made its way into a national television program you know they were watching, because when the former u.s. attorney of the district comes on and tells you what he's thinking, they're taking notes. all of this happened because of the new technology we get to bring to the cases. >> frederick douglass's grave is in rochester. people think about social media and they dismiss it, like it's young people playing around on twitter and facebook, but there are social movements that occur on social media, and this is a great case in point. we can raise awareness around social injustice issues, racial bias, and we have media platforms to shine the light. >> the bad actors in those pl
or is this constant 24-7 campaign we are always in that is a by product of this media world with the technology moving and they are getting more power? >> a sign of the times. you look at the level of partisanship and the media that exists, this is again, i can't emphasize enough, we are living in unprecedented times. the productivity is really bad. the potential good news is they can pass a lot of this stuff next year. the congress doesn't end until 2014. we will see what they do next year. >> it's harder in an election year and with all the upgrades we had, it brought congress to a screeching halt. too many people had too many things for all sorts of stuff. fascinating. much more ahead here on "the daily rundown." we are on the scene as fast food workers protested in more than 100 cities demanding a wage hike. new do you means allege toronto mayor rob ford went to the buffalo bills mayor and may have tried to buy the video of himself smoking crack cocaine before it could become public. the latest leak from edward snowden said they are gathering billions of cell phone roars every day. that's coming u
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, this is technology and we are still trying to figure out how this should work in the media news cycle. what do you say to that? >> this white house has new tools and they are able to spread that because of new technologies because of twitter and facebook and they can post the photographs on their own flicker site. they have the ability to spread them faster. to a certain extent, it's on independent news organizations to look at this stuff and to filter it. what's happening now is these photographs are landing on screens or editor's desks around the world unfiltered. it's up to the news organizations to attribute their source. >> we have a policy when we have used a photo, we say the white house we leased this photo. >> yes. >> to the average viewer, they are just seeing the foo and they are not necessarily hearing that caveat every time we put it out there. it is a version of propaganda. people hate that word, but that is what this can come taken too far. >> propaganda is a strong word, but the viewing public needs to be aware of that when they are seeing a white house photograph. it's a visual pr
marry that us versus them with modern technology in the fact you can speak discreetly to your own crew and stoke up your own crew, wave the flag with them, and you have the tone of the republican party today. they're largely speaking to themselves. >> yeah. and on occasion they get caught, sam. one thing i've noticed here the way howard pointed that out is yes john cornyn was a regular conservative republican until ted cruz became his running mate. driving out of circulation, it seems. >> yeah. well, listen. this is a complex matter. because to cornyn and others' credits, they were warning there would be people that would be left off of their plans or forced to cancel plans. a lot of the problems we're seeg they did warn about. however, they are taking these criticisms to a different extreme. it's one thing to warn about the rollout, about a sloppy website, about people who have canceled coverage. it's another thing to warn about big government intrusions. keep in mind, the individual mandate was a conservative idea chocked up on the heritage foundation. it's not like this was a theory
the brakes come on automatically. the train that derailed did not have that technology. >> so this daily news shot, what is the from a camera inside? >> that's him on the stretcher afterwards. they caught up with him in a blink or something. >> that's sad. >> my god. to the post. >> that's america at its worst. >> that's america at its worse. thegys on the brock lynn bridge is about to kill himself. she takes a selfie to send her friend, hey, look at the dude up under the brock lynn bridge. i'm going to instagram this. the cops actually saved the guy up there from what i understand. >> by the nypd and the fire department? >> it's better than a selfie. >> we think she knew what was happening up there. >> let's see. see if there is an article. >> there is one inside. >> what you got, willie? >> more enfor the first. >> we have some horrifying selfies. close that up. >> yeah. >> is there more we need to know about. >> he's better than what we got. >> i want to do obama care, alex, why don't you want to do it? >> do it. here, you got good news on obama care. we got 70 years before the next story
on cyber monday. elsewhere, comcast owner of our channel, of course, adding new technology to basic video on demand service. they are building new ads on old episodes. that could increase revenue from video owe dune manned. >> people are experimenting all over the place with drones. looks like amazon, we saw dominos try to deliver pizza with drones. maybe amazon is expecting to deliver the goods via drone. tell us all about this. >> this is about the octocopter. what they're going to do send small packages and most of the packages are below 2.3 kilograms from distribution centers to customers. this will be a 30-minute service air, prime air. a amazon prime air is the service. i was skeptical about it. i think i'm going to give baez yoez credit for this onement he says this could be up and running within a couple years or so. >> he has to get approval. there are jokes on twitter, you better watch out for the fedex and ups guys trying to shoot the drones out of the air because it will take their business away. thank you very much. we will see you tomorrow. >>> let's go back to the weekend.
probably won't introduce what he calls octocopters for a few years. and comcast is testing technology to insert new ads into older episodes of tv shows that people watch on demand. that could help the parent of nbc universal and other networks generate a little more ad revenue. and we are always in favor of that. back to you. >> all right. thank you. >>> well, scrambled politics is straight ahead clen the rnc's bizarre tribute to rose why parks. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. ooh, homemade soup! yeah... [ male announcer ] campbell's homestyle soup with farm grown veggies. just like yours. huh. [ male announcer ] and roasted white meat chicken. just like yours. [ male announcer ] you'll think it's homemade. i love this show. [ male announcer ] try campbell's homestyle soup. [ male announcer ] you'll think it's homemade. i love this show. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. ♪ by the end of december, we'll be delivering ♪ ♪ through 12 blizzards blowing ♪ 8 front
with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. >>> and now it's time for your "first look" at this morning's dish of "scrambled politics." new jersey governor chris christie is forcefully denying that he's flipped his position on immigration. he ran his 2013 re-election campaign in support of legislation to provide instate tuition for young, undocumented students. the legislation commonly known as the dream act is about to be sent to his desk by the state legislature. but now, the governor says it goes too far and is refusing to sign it. on sunday, "the star ledger," new jersey's largest newspaper, accused christie of flip-flopping. the editorial board cited his 2016 presidential ambitions. >>> the republican-led house is expected to approve a ten-year extension today to an existing ban on plastic guns. these are weapons made from so-called 3d printers that go undetected by metal detectors. democrats say they'll back the plan, but some say they favor making that ban permanent. >>> washington, d.c.'s mayor could have a bumpy road towards re-el
for the 3d technology in the senate. what is going to happen this week? >> i think what is going to happen is the senators that want to go further, who say this is not enough and the issue of 3d printed guns needs to be dealt with, they'll make that position on but they'll pass the house bill at the end of the day. everyone admits that's better than nothing and the reality, the sad depressing reality is if y you have to get the nra support to pass any gun bill. i think that's what's going to happen at the end of the day. >> part of the sort of political strategy of this is i think is one of the reason -- chuck schumer has been talking about making this a one-year extension. the idea being maybe if you extend it for a year, it comes up after the 2014 elections and then maybe you can pick up -- we're hearing about the republicans who are scared of tea party primary challenges. maybe then you can -- after the election, you can pick them off in the lame duck session. it is a strategy to maybe get more comprehensive gun legislation then. is that -- you start looking at the futility of the last
the technological problems scare people off temporarily or, as i presume will be the case, young people are going to come back when the deadline is approaching and probably always were. we'll know more in two or three months. >> robert, i think the big picture question is does the white house learn anything or do anything tangible in response. ron fournier calling in his own way the sensational title of his team is "president obama needs to fires himself. not literally, of course but practically he needs to shake up his team. you have said wns these problems are fixed there will be staffing changes. do you still think that's true and do you think it's as dramatic as fournier suggests. >> i don't think it should be as dramatic as the president firing himself. >> that would be unconstitutional. >> it will be inexplicable if somebody involved in the creation of the website doesn't get fired or a group of people don't get fired. again, if you look at that "new york times" story from this weekend, when folks at hhs are looking at the white house and dennis mcdonaccdonough's white calendar and laughing
guns that won't show up on an xry or standard imaging technology, now that the guns that wouldn't show up on those types of devices are a reality, the gun lobby, at least a part of the gun lobby, has decided that the plastic gun ban should expire. guns everywhere. guns on planes, guns at the park, guns at the white house, guns everywhere! good luck to us all. when the plastic gun ban was initially passed in 1988, the vote in the house of representatives was 413-4. tomorrow, the house will vote again on whether or not they want to reauthorize the plastic gun ban for another ten years. this used to not be a hard decision to make. but this congress is not like other congresses. tomorrow the house will decide whether this plastic gun ban still is an easy call, even under pressure from parts of the gun lobby. good luck to us all. [ male announcer ] this duracell truck has some very special power. ♪ [ toys chattering ] it's filled with new duracell quantum batteries. [ toy meows ] [ dog whines ] [ toy meows ] these red batteries are so powerful... that this year they'll power all the hasbr
to this technology that many say can be used for a dangerous reason. >> a lot of these types of issues will flare up as we see the word advance. there were no iphones or twitter. we're using at the fast tech no logical pace. you would think congress would have to confront something similar to this in the near future. it is hard to say it will considering how fast 3d printing is going and folks are making stuff on internet out of it. >> who would have imagined ten years ago that this would be available. >> it is quite remarkable. >> reporter: take care. >> new developments on the train derailment in new york, we're learning the train engineer recently started a new shift. we'll have the latest on that and keeping an eye on this live event. the president rolling out if you will a new turn for the health care law. we're looking at kathleen sebelius sitting front row and bring ut remarks live. ily...shes in her favorite princess dress. but once a week i let her play sheriff so i can wash it. i use tide to get out those week old stains and downy to get it fresh and soft. you are free to go. [ dad ] tide
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, this social compact began to unravel. technology made it easier for companies to do more with less. eliminating certain job occupations. a more competitive world let companies ship jobs anywhere. and as good manufacturing jobs automated or headed offshore, workers lost their leverage, jobs paid less and offered fewer benefits. as values of community broke down and competitive pressure increased, businesses lobbied washington to weaken unions and the value of the minimum wage. as a trickledown ideology became more prominent, taxes were slashed for the wealthiest, while investments in things that make us all richer, like schools and infrastructure, were allowed to wither. and for a certain period of time we could ignore this weakening economic foundation, in part because more families were relying on two earners, as women entered the workforce. we took on more debt, financed by a juiced-up housing market. but when the music stopped and the crisis hit, millions of families were stripped of whatever cushion they had left. and the result is an economy that's become profoundly unequal. a
was designed in 1935 or 1945. we can consolidate agencies. buying information technologies. you know, how we make ourselves more customer friendly. those are all things that we can improve. but the upshot is the government still does a lot of good and the last point i'll make on this is, you know, we've had a politic, frankly, the entire republican party since reagan has been government's the problem. and if you day after day, week after week, election after election are running on that platform and that permeates our culture and it's picked up by ordinary citizens who grow skeptical, then it's not surprising that over time trust in government declines. but as i said in the speech yesterday, the biggest issue that i see out in the hour riris that every one of these young people can get a good job, pursue a career, support a family, not be loaded up by $100,000 worth of debt, actually buy a home, how do we do those things that reduce inequality in our society and broaden opportunity? and government can't solve all of that and we live in an economy that is global and technological and changing
-term political fixes, then they would be in a much tougher spot. but because it was a technological problem, they can flood the zone with a bunch of engineers and techies and mostly fix it. you know, the site does seem to be working a lot better. >> and it does seem to be that the prices in fact aren't too high, the facts are contrary. the other piece of good news is that "the new york times" headline said the cost of health care seems to be decreasing. premiums will beni 9% lower so m guessing that's what we'll hear from the president. >> absolutely. and you hear anecdotally about people getting through on the website or being eager to sign up for expanded medicaid so you see democrats making a gamble that those good news stories can drown out some of the bad news stories. there's probably always going to be glitches and people who have problems and inherent in the way this law works, there are going to be people who have higher costs than they otherwise would or than they did before, but the hope is that more people are benefitting and that those people's voices are going to drown out the
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a better job buying information technologies. how we make ourselves more customer friendly. those are all things that we can improve. but the upshot is the government still does a lot of good. the last point i'll make on this is we've had a politics, frankly, the entire republican party brand since ronald reagan has been government's the problem. and if you day after day, week after week, election after election are running on that platform, and that permeates our culture and it's picked up by ordinary citizens who grow skeptical, then it's not surprising that over time trust in government declines. but as i said in a speech yesterday, the biggest issue that i see out on the horizon is how do we make sure an economy works for everybody and that every one of these young people can get a good job, pursue a career, support a family, not be loaded up by a hundred thousand dollars worth of debt. actually buy a home. how do we do those things that reduce inequality in our society and broaden opportunity? and government can't solve all of that, and we live in an economy that is global and techno
's technology available that clearly, apparently, from what you read and hear that would have slowed that train automatically prior to reaching the bend and it's been available for a couple of years. it hasn't been installed because of delays, delays and delays. and the city asked to delay a requirement, to push it off for two years. so we're going to have this technology in 2015, but they didn't want to pay for it now. >> look at us. meanwhile one other sort of side note to the story. out going mayor michael bloomberg has faced questions over his handling of the incident. the "wall street journal report"ing he was golfing in bermuda at the time of the crash and didn't leave the course until at least 1:00 p.m. local time. yesterday he visited victims in the hospital and said he was briefed for about 30 minutes right after the accident. the "new york daily news" quotes the mayor as saying what can i do, i'm not a professional firefighter or police officer. nothing i can do. all i can do is make sure that the right people from new york city, our police commissioner, our fire commissioner and emer
the curve, which has a speed limit of 30 miles per hour. experts say that technology already exists that could potentially prevent accidents like this one. a system called positive train control or ptc uses sensors and gps to track the trains movements. a computer can acty vat the breaks if they are going too fast. amtrak is already using it on some lines but congress wants to mandate it on many lines by 2015, including metro north, the line involved in yesterday's deadly derailment. here's how survivors of the crash describe the chaos in the moments before and after the accident. >> as we were going over, i looked at my two and screamed at my two friends that were going over. i couldn't believe it. i was in shock. >> it was when it went around the curve, i actually looked up. i knew it was going way too fast. >> screaming and people crying out, god and asking for families. it was pretty gruesome. >> kristen dahlgren has the latest on the investigation. what's the update on the two people in control of the train who are being interviewed here? >> reporter: yeah, the conductor and en
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in metal detectors. however, we have these weapons thanks to 3-d technology. do you expect that common sense can prevail and will a simple ban be enough? >> i don't think it's ever enough. i think there's a lot of things to do to promote safety in this country as far as guns are concerned, but this bill this afternoon is what's on the suspension calendar, which means that's usually reserved for noncontroversial bills. they have to get two-thirds of the membership, so 290 votes. so i think they anticipate there won't be much problem. as a matter of fact, there may not even be a roll call vote on that. sponsored by a republican from north carolina. i think it has a good chance -- good chance of passage. i don't think you want to be on the other side of this very, very common sense measure. >> kentucky congressman, john yarmuth, great to see you today. >>> joining me now, jimmy williams and republican strategist hogan gidley. gentlemen, it's good to have you here. jimmy, i want to start with you because the president's statement today and also about his exclusive sitdown with chris matthe
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know, the fact of the matter is, is that this is technology. it is going to be fixed. there are people working on it. and you know, i would rather be the one who helps uninsured get insured and help reduce the medical inflation for people and help them get good coverage than the one who is complaining about it. >> what are your colleagues? i'm really confused about what republicans are going to do? i guess they will vote to repeal again -- what are your colleagues going to do for the rest of this congress which is nearing its mid-way point. >> well, we haven't done very much at all. as a matter of fact, speaker boehner said he wanted to be judged not on the laws he passed but on the laws he repealed, he has not re peeled any of them. although he has tried. we would like to appeal to their better nature if we could. if we could get something done on immigration, that would be awesome. if we could lift the sequester and put forth a budget that could get people back to work, that would be good. i'm not cynical -- >> i'm not cynical either, in this universe in which we live, you and some o
buying information technologies. how we make ourselves more customer friendly. those are all things that we can improve. but the upshot is the government still does a lot of good. the last point i'll make on this is we've had a politics, frankly, the entire republican party brand since ronald reagan has been government's the problem. and if you day after day, week after week, election after election are running on that platform, and that permeates our culture and it's picked up by ordinary citizens who grow skeptical, then it's not surprising that over time trust in government declines. but as i said in a speech yesterday, the biggest issue that i see out on the horizon is how do we make sure an economy works for everybody and that every one of these young people can get a good job, pursue a career, support a family, not be loaded up by a hundred thousand dollars worth of debt. actually buy a home. how do we do those things that reduce inequality in our society and broaden opportunity? and government can't solve all of that, and we live in an economy that is global and technological
technologies. you know, how we make ourselves more customer-friendly. those are all things that we can improve. but the up shot is, the government still does a lot of good. and the last point i'll make on this is, you know, we've had a politics, frankly, you know -- the entire republican party brand over -- since ronald reagan, has been government is the problem. and if you, day after day, week after week, election after election, are running on that platform, and that permeates our culture, and it's picked up by, you know, ordinary citizens who grow skeptical, then it's not surprising that over time trust in government declines. but as i said in a speech yesterday, the biggest issue that i see out in the horizon is how do we make sure an economy works for everybody. and that every one of these young people can get a good job, pursue a career, support a family, not be loaded up by $100,000 worth of debt. actually, you know, buy a home. how do we do those things that reduce inequality in our society and broaden opportunity. and government can't solve all of that. and we live in an economy that
schools and helping out with causes, there are so many kids thanks to technology and social media and most importantly thanks to great heroes like mandela to inspire him and ready to follow in his footsteps. we need youngins. >> craig, thank you so much for your inspiring words and best of luck with your organization. up next, breaking news the weather is frightful out there. we'll tell you when it will get better next. ♪ did you know more coffee drinkers prefer the taste of gevalia house blend over the taste of starbucks house blend? not that we like tooting our own horn but... ♪ toot toot. [ male announcer ] find gevalia in the coffee aisle or at gevalia.com to help secure retirements and protect financial futures. to help communities recover and rebuild. for companies going from garage to global. on the ground, in the air, even into space. we repaid every dollar america lent us. and gave america back a profit. we're here to keep our promises. to help you realize a better tomorrow. from the families of aig, happy holidays. [ camera shutter clicks ] now, that's cardworthy. [ man ] all
technology instead? imagine a company's future with the future of trading. company profile. a research tool on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >>> there's been a rallying cry, after every mass tragedy, to learn everything we can so we're better prepared in the future to prevent them. and we have not ever been able to prevent them. so that there's a sadness to that. so we don't want to stand alone, carrying the weight of that responsibility. i think that's a societal responsibility. >> that was newtown first electman pat lojis speaking in newtown, connecticut. while their main message was the community of newtown would like the media to respect their privacy on saturday's one-year anniversary, the first select woman couldn't help but get into the lack of action as a society in halting some of these mass shootings. and yet what can society do without the help of congress? s with' know, 90% of americans, including a majority of gun owners support laws including background checks on gun purchases, but that still couldn't make it through the u.s. congress. any sort of gun reform can often seem
with modern technology. >> and it's congress -- it's not congress exactly, it's the republicans in congress. we keep talking about congress, we talk about gridlock. it's really a lot more narrow than that and a lot more effective. it's republicans who have represented a minority of voters but can gum up the works and stop action. >> thanks for coming in. we want to remind you that chris matthews will have an exclusive interview with president obama tomorrow at 7:00 eastern on msnbc. >>> checking the news feed this morning, the engineer at the controls of that metro-north train that derailed last weekend told police he zoned out just moments before the crash. four people were killed, more than 60 hurt. just two weeks earlier william rockefeller switched from working afternoons to the morning shift. he nodded off, caught himself but caught himself too late. >>> they are cautioning people to be ready for the release of 911 calls from the newtown shooting. some of the victims' family members joined a state prosecutor fighting to keep the tapes from being made public, then days ago dropped the f
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drivers. but this train that derailed was not equipped with that technology. >>> i may feel like february where you are or it's about toment a winter storm is making its way east through the western half of the u.s. and it's bringing bitter temperatures and in some cases, 40 degrees below normal. parts of colorado are expecting up to 18 inches of snow by thursday. a whopping 30 inches of snow are reported at idaho's saddle mountain. right now parts of ten states are under winter storm warnings including the dakotas where wind chills of negative 40 degrees are expected by the week's end. forecasters say the storm itself expected to spread as far south as texas by the weekend and then it will turn east. >>> $18 billion in red. the city of detroit gets the go ahead to file for bankruptcy. in the ruling tuesday, the federal judge said this one is proud and prosperous city cannot pay debts. it also has an opportunity for a fresh start. it's the first time a court ruled pensions could be reduce the despite a state constitutional ban. but it's not just detroit where pensions are at risk. chicago
'm blushing on this one. why you are looking at me? microsoft might be looking into the technology for a smart bra. >> yeah. you heard of smart watches, smart glasses, but now microsoft is taking wearable tech to new extremes with that start bmart in the works. it would use sensors to track skin sensitivity and when she is at risk of emotional eating. i am reading that they tried to develop a wearable sort of underwear for men but it was too far from the heart. >> seinfeld, the bro. of course. everyone needs a little support. thank you, kayla. we'll see you soon. other news to get to before i lose it. norman rockwell painting just set a new record. saving grace. sold yesterday for $46 million at an auction in new york city. according to sotheby's, it's a record for any american painting. two people went back and forth for about nine minutes ratcheting up the price. it was supposed to go for 15 to 20. it was not revealed who the buyer was. the previous record was $27.7 million for a george bellows painting. two other rock we will paintings sold for $11 million combined. we waited too long to ge
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you can trust. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the new flexcare platinum from philips sonicare and save now. philips sonicare. >>> you know, some people are in for a heck of a ride with this weather. we asked for some of your adventures. natalie, what do you have? >> jay said post-snotober. 20 plus roads of back roads in darkness with fallen trees everywhere. that's a scary one. christopher said nine hours and 20 minutes to drive hours and 20 minutes to drive 12 miles in the snow. >> that has to be route 128 if you're from massachusetts it's a nightmare even when it's sunny and dry. thank you, natalie. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ >>> good morning. it's monday, december the 9th. look at the trees. isn't it pretty, guys? it's gorgeous. with us on set former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst steve rattner. >> good morning, mika. >> former governor of vermont here on the set howard dean. >> how about that? >> in washington, we have senior
can empower more... people to innovate, create new technologies and jobs... and strengthen the economy. america is the world's leader in wireless. let's keep it that way. free up licensed spectrum today, so wireless... can do more for america tomorrow. >>> breaking news right now. jay carney at the briefing on health care. >> we'll talk about pre-existing conditions, slowing health care cost, data that demonstrates for the past three years the growth in health care cost has been the slowest in half a century, the three years since the affordable care act was passed. i think that conflicts significantly with opponents of the affordable care act. a significant story in the "new york times" today business section about the fact costs of affordable care act are coming in below estimates. this is just a sample of the kinds of things we want to talk about as the month progresses and as obviously millions of americans are shopping for health insurance and enrolling in plans. >> what can we expect -- how frequently can we expect. >> where are you going to go and what events. >> crucial period,
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